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The Distributed World

A View into the Future Nobody has any doubts that what is happening now in Ukraine is not simply a regional conflict but a test for the current international hierarchy. Predictions of the outcome would be woefully premature in any case, but one can try to imagine which principles may form the foundation of a future system of ...


Dare Question Support for Ukraine

... Soviet Union reclaimed the peninsula from the Nazis in 1944; and the Soviet leader Nikita Khrushchev handed over Crimea to Ukraine a decade afterwards, in 1954. In 2014, the people of the peninsula made their choice to reunite with Russia. Since 2014, thousands of people have been killed in the Donbas. Unfortunately, this current crisis in Ukraine is yet another pivotal moment in a lengthy and tumultuous history in the area that will be added to a long list of regional conflicts that now has the West injecting itself to pin Russia in a corner. Western governments and most media outlets ...


How Russia Sees U.S. Sanctions

... sector, the “anti-successes” of the U.S. administration are especially obvious. First, the White House announced a quasi-crusade against the national energy industry. It explicitly stated that it is time for oil and gas companies to phase out domestic ... ... switch to wind, solar, and other “green” but often undertested innovations. Then, against the background of the events in Ukraine, Washington prohibits the import of our energy resources to the United States. After that, it forces other countries to ...


Is a Marshall Plan for Ukraine possible?

The post-conflict task will be to create an entirely new economy rather than return to the old economic structure of the beginning of the century Reflecting on Ukraine’s future beyond the current conflict, many politicians and experts speculate about the expediency of a new Marshall Plan for the country. Although the old Plan (officially known as the European Recovery Program) was designed and implemented ...


Changing Roles: Why Countries of Middle East May be Future’s Best-Suited Mediators?

... international system. As a global leader in the number of conflicts and potential crises, nations of the Middle East know the price of the current changes and strive to use diplomacy, mediation, and pragmatism to mitigate crises, including in the conflict in Ukraine. Mediators Aleksandr Aksenenok: U.S. Policy Case for Middle East under New Conditions On September 21–22, Russia and Ukraine exchanged the largest number of POWs since the conflict’s escalation in February 2022, and the parties stroke a deal ...


Putin has proclaimed a new national idea for Russia as it abandons the dream of a Greater Europe

... recent speech, also delivered in the Kremlin’s St. George’s Hall, merits special attention as a foreign policy manifesto which today charts a course of systemic opposition to the West. The most striking feature was how little time it devoted to Ukraine – apart from its four former regions joining Russia. There was no mention of Moscow’s key demands, such as Kiev's neutral status, demilitarization, and denazification. There was no comment on the latest developments on the battlefield, where ...


Cuban Missile Crisis 2.0 Over Ukraine?

... between Moscow and Washington. This issue has become even more acute in recent days when senior officials of the U.S. administration began sending us direct signals warning against the use of nuclear weapons in the Russian special military operation in Ukraine. Moreover, threats against us have started to be heard from the official establishment. Princeton University has even made predictions that millions of Americans and Russians would perish in the exchange of nuclear strikes . Sometimes it feels ...


25 trends in contemporary international relations and world development

... upcoming world and world order, the factor of military force has once again increased in importance. Not only in support of diplomacy and its foreign policy narrative, but also to ensure national security and the very survival of the state. The EWS in Ukraine shows that the use of force is induced by the refusal to fulfill obligations under signed international agreements, such as Minsk-2. That is, the international legal principle of pacta sunt servanda is violated and what is commonly called good faith is missing from the signing of agreements. 19. The ...


U.S. Risks Becoming Combatant in Ukraine Special Military Operation

... neo-Nazi regime in Kiev, and train Ukraine's armed forces. NATO and U.S. arms are used to fire at the Russian territory bordering Ukraine, killing civilians there. The Pentagon does not hide the fact of passing on to Kiev intelligence and target designations ... ... increasingly visible. These states and their integration associations do not want to participate in the anti-Russian "crusade" instigated from Washington. While we know that Russian officials have stated that they do not play sides in domestic ...


Poll conducted

  1. In your opinion, what are the US long-term goals for Russia?
    U.S. wants to establish partnership relations with Russia on condition that it meets the U.S. requirements  
     33 (31%)
    U.S. wants to deter Russia’s military and political activity  
     30 (28%)
    U.S. wants to dissolve Russia  
     24 (22%)
    U.S. wants to establish alliance relations with Russia under the US conditions to rival China  
     21 (19%)
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